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  1. Born Margaret Elphinstone in Westminster, London, Rhodes was the youngest daughter of the 16th Lord Elphinstone and his wife, Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, an elder sister of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Less than a year older than the future queen, she was a frequent playmate of the young Princess Elizabeth.

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  3. Lady Mary Frances Bowes-Lyon: 30 August 1883: 8 February 1961: 77 years: She married Sidney Elphinstone, 16th Lord Elphinstone; in 1910, and had issue. Patrick Bowes-Lyon, Lord Glamis: 22 September 1884: 25 May 1949: 64 years: He married Lady Dorothy Osborne (daughter of George Osborne, 10th Duke of Leeds) in 1908, and had issue.

  4. 08/04/2021 · Sometimes dubbed the Queen’s best friend, her cousin Margaret Rhodes was the daughter of Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, her mother’s sister, and Lord Sidney Elphinstone. Less than a year older than her cousin, she was a regular companion of the Queen and Princess Margaret when they were growing up, often spending summer holidays together at Balmoral (the Queen Mother reportedly referred to her as ...

  5. 09/04/2016 · Lady Mary Campbell, married to Aonghas MacDonald, natural son and heir of John of Islay, Earl of Ross. Lady Agnes Campbell, said to have been married to Alexander Mackenzie of Kintail, though some state this is disproved.[38][39] Lady Catharine Campbell, married to Torquil MacLeod of Clan MacLeod of Lewis. References. Bulloch, John (September ...

  6. Introduction to the Family Trees. When I set out to write The Challenge to the Crown and The Survival of the Crown, my two volume history of Mary Queen of Scots and her son James VI & I, I had always intended to approach the story from the point of view of the Scottish nobility.

  7. 16/09/2021 · The Boleyn Lineage – An easy overview on Where the Boleyn descendants are today. There is much to learn about the Boleyn family but I can now present an overview on the Boleyn lineage as from 1300s, and from post Anne Boleyn’s execution.